Licensing Company: Concord Theatricals
Adapted from Lysistrata, Aristophanes’ classic Greek comedy, Lysistrata Jones takes student activism to a whole new level and celebrates the journey of discovering and embracing who you truly are.
This licensed version is based on the 2012 Broadway production by the Transport Group Theater Company.
This version is orchestrated to be conducted from the Keyboard 1 book by the MD. There are two keyboard books in this show and both have programming. KeyboardTEK is offering the original programming and patches by Randy Cohen.
Keyboard 1 is the Conductor book and backup vocal book. Although it is the primary piano book, there is a fair amount of programming in this part. Some of the patches include strings, synths, VOX choir, B3 organ, and electric pianos. This is not a technically difficult book to play but you will need a strong player who can navigate the part and programming while leading the band.
Keyboard 2 is more densely programmed and includes patches such as Gregorian chant choir, strings, orchestral percussion, stomps and claps, synths, marching band horns and drums, and multiple sound effects throughout.
ORIGINAL MUSICAL EQUIPMENT USED
Roland JV 1080
ORIGINAL KEYBOARD PROGRAMMER
Keyboard and Electronic Drum Programmer: Randy Cohen
ORIGINAL MUSIC TEAM
Original 2012 Broadway Orchestra
Conducted by: Brad Simmons
Associate Conductor: Chris Haberl
Keyboard 1: Brad Simmons
Keyboard 2: Chris Haberl
Guitar: Freddy Hall
Bass: Alan Stevens Hewitt
Drums: Marques Walls
Percussion: Wilson Torres
Vocalist/Percussion: Biti Strauchn
Music Preparation: Alex Vorse
Musical Coordinator: Dean Sharenow
The Athens University basketball team hasn’t won a game in thirty years. But when spunky transfer student Lysistrata Jones dares the squad’s fed-up girlfriends to stop “giving it up” to their boyfriends until they win a game, the team’s legendary losing streak could finally come to an end. With its modern take on the Aristophanes classic, Lysistrata Jones brings a contemporary pop/rock energy to Douglas Carter Beane’s hilarious script.